G5® Outdoors Small Game Fixed-Blade Broadhead
No longer will the small game hunter have to take a back seat to his big game counterpart! The Small Game Head is made specifically with "critters" in mind and works like a charm. Unique design shocks and tears your quarry without annihilating it. Easy screw-in application. Cutting surfaces can be easily re-sharpened.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by jclay Great point for small game I purchased this broad head mainly for ground hogs and fox. I have killed one grounhog with this product and it does much better than the traditional judo point. They fly exactly like my field points! June 8, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by CampGuy SGH I like these and they kill small critters well - but I am not giving it a good rating for the following reasons... 1) the claws break off when they hit something hard. 2) I used these on easton axis arrows with the hit insert and the head screwed down flush with the end of the arrow (no insert metal ring between) and the force of the head striking an object causes the arrows carbon to split and fracture. The regular judo tips with the spring loaded arms seem to fold back when they hit something hard but these heads are unforgiving on arrows. November 5, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pilot59 Excellent small game broadhead! I took these broadheads on a deer/javelina hunt during January in Arizona for jackrabbits and it was amazing. They were stopped in their tracks with power. One rabbit had a straight through and I broke off a tooth on the rocks behind it, but still got a cotton tail with it 20 min later. I would suggest this broadhead to anyone looking for some small game practise or hunting. November 3, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by outdoorsmanflyfisher Best I've tried I've tried several small game heads, most failed. Blunt types bounced off tough hide tree rats while metal prong styles worked on fur but bounced off feathers unless you head shot the bird. Just shot a Colorado blue grouse last month with devestating results. Although I missed the wing, the bird was unable to fly with a solid body hit and unable to run fast or far. After wiping down with a damp rag the arrow was ready to use again. Try that with a broad head. Can't wait to kill an Ohio squril during a slow day on stand. October 15, 2010
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A:it all depends on the bow and the sights i have good groups with bear bows
A:That's totally up to the skill of the archer, but they fly just like field tips. I'm keeping my groups at about 4 inches from 30 yards. I used them to hit a squirrel from 26 yards out, and squirrels are small... These things fly awesome.
A:i have shot a few squirrles with these, some at 25 yards they shoot the same as my field points. i have never actually shot these at a target but i think you could shoot a 3 inch gruop at 20 yards
A:They appear to. I shoot 80 gr heads but had to use the 100 gr G5 sm game pt. As expected they hit a little low for me but the windage is still true.
A:good these work very well it also depends the LBS. you shoot
A:These broadheads work great on groundhogs. I shot about 8 with them.
A:My youngest daughter uses a 25# Parker SideKick and the G5 Small Game Head to thump bunnies and squirrels and gophers. They fly several feet down range (depending upon size and weight) and they don't get up.
On larger game that is a bit more stout (armadillo possum, etc.) we'll fletch w/ 4" right wing feathers in right helical and they tear a 1" diameter hole several inches deep through anything.
They are as insidious as they look.
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